Gabriel Boric, deputy for Magallanes and standard-bearer of Approve Dignity, lashed out on Wednesday 29 his contender from Chile Podemos Más, Sebastián Sichel. This is because Sichel has been avoiding for two days to answer if he made a withdrawal of 10 percent. Although her spokesperson Katherine Martorell did acknowledge that she did one. Boric gave his statements after meeting with the governor of Tarapacá, José Miguel Carvajal, to address the immigration issue.
We met with @JMCarvajalG, Governor of Tarapacá, who gave us details of the migration crisis in the north, a consequence of Sebastián Piñera’s irresponsibility and his call in Cúcuta to come to Chile. Taking charge is everyone’s job. #Follow ✊ pic.twitter.com/ozvDdxSUFm
— Gabriel Boric Font (@gabrielboric) September 29, 2021
Faced with the position taken by Sichel, who opposes the fourth withdrawal of 10 percent, Boric said that “I think that in recent days it has been showing a level of ambiguity and lack of transparency that is worrying.” This is at a time when the bill for the fourth withdrawal of 10 percent will now go to the Senate Constitution committee, before having to be seen by the plenary session of the upper house.
And as for Sebastián Sichel, the deputy for Magellan recalled that the former minister “lobbied and said that he was not a lobbyist. He accuses a kind of ‘moral trap’ for asking him something that is completely transparent. All presidential candidates should respond. Sebastián Sichel likes to talk about his personal history so much. He has to talk about all parts of the story, not just the ones that suit him, ”Boric said.